Niagara County Sheriff's Office Reports (Tribune area) for April 5, 2012by jmaloni
The following is a sampling of calls received by the Niagara County Sheriff's Department between Feb. 27 and March 14.
Monday, Feb. 27
•6600 block of Walmore Road, Wheatfield, harassment. Phone threats reported.
•3200 block of Benhil Drive, Wheatfield, wire problem. Low hanging wire across the road.
•4300 block of Isherwood Drive, Town of Niagara, 911 call. Accidental dial by small child.
Tuesday, Feb. 28
•Witmer Road, traffic control. Overweight trucks.
•6600 block of Luther Street, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. Car keyed over weekend.
•4100 block of Seneca Parkway, Town of Niagara, suspicious person. Male dressed all in black walking between houses.
Wednesday, Feb. 29
•2000 block of River Road, Wheatfield, 911 call. Pan burning in oven; now outside.
•3600 block of Julie Court, Wheatfield, overdose. Alcohol involved; 20-year-old female.
Thursday, March 1
•7000 block of Rebecca Drive, Wheatfield, AED. Male cannot breathe.
•3100 block of Stieg Road, Wheatfield, AED. A 76-year-old male having chest pains.
Friday, March 2
•2500 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, 911 call. Accidental dial.
Saturday, March 3
•Walmore Road, near Lockport Road, Wheatfield, wire problem. Tree on wires.
•Cayuga Drive and Sy Road, Wheatfield, notification. Stop signs down. Also pole snapped on Williams Road and streetlight broken on Lockport Road.
•Licata Drive, Town of Niagara, domestic. Female states son punching walls.
•John Street, Town of Niagara, notification. Tree down near Route 31.
•Porter Road, Town of Niagara, property damage. Item blew off I-190 overpass and struck complainant's car.
Sunday, March 4
•6800 block of Townline Road, Wheatfield, car/tree accident. Vehicle in ditch.
•7000 block of Meadowlark Court, Wheatfield, suspicious vehicle. A 14-year-old and two youngsters home alone.
Monday, March 5
•2700 block of Oppenheim Court, Wheatfield, harassment. Complainant receiving threatening phone calls and messages.
•2400 block of Military Road, Town of Niagara, burglary. Abandoned building.
Tuesday, March 6
•2000 block of River Road, Wheatfield, assist fire department. A 65-year-old female fell.
•7200 block of Graydon Drive, Wheatfield, assist fire department. Diabetic becoming violent.
•3100 block of Bellreng Drive, Town of Niagara, civil proceeding. Eviction.
Wednesday, March 7
•7200 block of Schultz Road, Wheatfield, civil proceeding. Eviction.
•2200 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, road obstruction. Metal frame falling over in construction area.
•6900 block of Elaine Drive, Wheatfield, criminal mischief. BB shot through window of business.
Thursday, March 8
•2000 block of River Road and 3300 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard, Wheatfield, burglary. Window smashed out at two businesses.
•8500 block of Porter Road, Town of Niagara, AED. A 25-year-old female unconscious.
Friday, March 9
•6000 block of Townline Road, Wheatfield, suspicious persons. Two pickups in lot, passing things.
Saturday, March 10
•6900 block of Deborah Lane, Wheatfield, unwanted person. Son's ex-girlfriend trying to enter house.
•1700 block of Fashion Outlet Boulevard, Town of Niagara, larceny. Someone trying to take drain hole covers.
Sunday, March 11
•2700 block of Stenzel Avenue, Wheatfield, juvenile problem. Six to eight kids running through yards.
•Walmore Road, Wheatfield, recovered property. Weapon recovered near the overpass.
Monday, March 12
•7200 block of Wilrose Court, Wheatfield, hunter complaint. Teens in back yard shooting.
•1900 block of Military Road, Town of Niagara, suspicious person. Man wearing mask in mall.
Tuesday, March 13
•6900 block of Mourning Dove Lane, Wheatfield, lockout. A baby in car seat locked inside residence.
•John Granville Drive, Wheatfield, 911 call. Juveniles fighting.
Wednesday, March 14
•7200 block of Shawnee Road, Wheatfield, 911 call. Confused elderly female.
•Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Wheatfield, suspicious item. Standby at base.
•7300 block of Balla Drive, Wheatfield, suspicious item. Suspected poisoned muffins found in yard.
•600 block of B Street, Town of Niagara, check welfare. Complainant states someone drugged him and stole his dog.